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The art of sword fighting is one that many might think is long forgotten, however, here in the Ozarks it is alive and thriving. This week the Marshfield Mail took some time to get to know a local swordsman. more
On December 6, Officer Taylor with the Webster County Sheriff’s Office was actively patrolling the area of US Highway 60 near Lynch Drive. According to the probable cause statement Officer Taylor observed a blue Honda coupe with expired tags. more
The Marshfield High School Speech and Debate team has been off to a great year. The team has competed in multiple tournaments and taken home several trophies. Here is an update from the most recent tournament and back. more
On December 8, 2022 the Webster County Drug Court hosted their bi-yearly drug court graduation. The drug court graduation is an event hosted by the Drug Court Judge and the team that makes drug court possible for Webster County to recognize and celebrate the hard work of the people who made it through the program. more
Breast Cancer affects many women- mothers, aunts, daughters, grandmothers and so on. However men can also be affected by this relentless disease. According to the Centers for Disease Control's website, one in every 100 breast cancer cases diagnosed in the US is a man. Those odds are small but never zero. Such is the case for Marshfield resident John Paul Bearden. more
The girls swim team kicked off its swim season on December 1 at the All Relays meet in Carthage. more
Jessica Rothwell was arrested on November 13, 2022 by Police Corporal Eric Pedersen for harassment, assault and resisting arrest. more
Do you or someone you know like manga? Those books you see people read backwards or watch anime? You may like Japan's culture and want to learn more about it, but you can only travel a little or may have little time. Do you feel you are the only one of your friends who likes Pokémon? more
On November 8, 2022 Missouri voters made history when when they voted to legalize Marijuana for recreational use in the state. The new law goes into effect on December 8, 2022. more
On the chilly morning of Saturday, Dec. 3, while most residents of Marshfield were in bed or pouring their first cup of coffee, others decided to start their day off on the right or maybe left foot. The first annual Ugly Sweater 5K Run was held at the First Baptist Church in Marshfield. The Missouri State University Baptist Student Union, a non-profit organization, hosted the run. All proceeds from the event went to helping BSU, which further helps students in their religious studies while they attend college. The event was successful, with 33 participants, several spectators, and volunteers. more
Starting in 1940 with only 17 members, the small group organized a temporary charter or membership with the American Legion and set up a post in Seymour. One of those members, C.O. Taft believed in the American Legion's Mission so much that he would lease some of his lands to erect an American Legion building. In the 1960s, the American Legion Post #306 building was officially built in Seymour. more
This week our community was hit with loss after loss. more
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